Last week we told you that Nvidia had released a subscription to its GeForce Now service. This is a service that allows us to play our game lists on PC and other selected topics on their servers as if we had the latest PC model. Among its specifications is the ability to enjoy 4K, HDR or Ray Tracing even if our equipment is limited.
Among the titles in the catalog were some of the more popular Activation Blizzard games, such as Overwatch or Call of Duty Modern Warfare. And yes, we were talk ing about the past because in a totally unexpected move, the developer has removed all of his games from the Nvidia service.
Blizzard activation turns off GeForce Now
Without a doubt, this is a very rare move. More if we consider that the activation has not yet made a statement explaining the reason for the withdrawal of its GeForce Now games. By itself, Nvidia if you've made a short media forum
Until then this is an unpleasant episode, we hope to continue to work with Activision Blizzard to repost this and other company games in the GeForce Now catalog.
Keep in mind that GeForce is now available for Windows PCs, Macs, mobiles, Nvidia Shields and Chromebooks and has two subscription models: one free and large gold. Is it rational to consider when fighting the game in the cloud?